Plucking your own eyebrows. As women, what struggle we go through to remove unwanted hairs from our bodies, and our brows are no exception. Many women choose to get their eyebrows waxed at a salon, but for those of us who do not have the time or resources to do that and want to go for the cheaper route, we take charge and pluck our own! Before you go out to your local drugstore and buy the only tweezers on the shelf, read on to discover the best options for removing those unwanted hairs!
Avoid Cheap Tweezers – Unlike the average drugstore brand, tweezers that are actually made to pluck eyebrows specifically are worth the investment. Regular tweezers are not as pointed or sharp as eyebrow tweezers, and they will become dull much more quickly. It is hard to remove the hair as soon as it starts growing back, and often times you have to wait a couple days when the hair is longer before you can pluck it out – how gross and annoying! These tweezers are a bit pricier than the regular kind, but so worth the money!
3 Kinds of Eyebrow Tweezers:
Pointed Tweezers – are great for a precise pluck, but be careful! These are very sharp and you want to practice care when using them, otherwise you might end up giving yourself a nick! Pointed tweezers are great for smaller hairs and stubble.
Slanted Tweezers – are great for reaching those hairs that are still deep in the skin, and I prefer slanted ones myself. These are the most popular kind of all the tweezers, as they are easier to use than pointed tweezers.
Mini Slant Tweezers – These tweezers are great for traveling, and are a smaller version of the slanted tweezers. They are small enough to fit inside your purse, and you can take them with you anywhere you go!
This website provides information on many different kinds of tweezers, as well as consumer and customer reviews on each one. http://reviews.sephora.com/8723/cat60232/category.htm
Some people may not be able to go out and spend nearly $40 on tweezers, but all of the reviews make this kind of tweezer seem like a worthy investment. http://www.folica.com/reviews/spa-and-body/tweezers/rubis-swiss-tweeze-tweezers Tweezerman Brand seems to be one of the most popular brands of eyebrow tweezers out there, and nearly every review I’ve seen on it has been a positive one.
There are several different kinds of tweezers out there, so be sure to do your research and know which kind is the best for you before you purchase your pair!